Exploring the importance of parental engagement for schools

Most children have two main educators in their lives – their parents and their teachers. While both have crucial roles to play, it’s important that the influence of the parent as an educator doesn’t end when the child is in formal education...

Schools can help parents develop this role by building meaningful school-home relationships and encouraging ongoing parental involvement and communication.

Studies show that the need for strong family involvement starts when children are in nursery, continuing right through to the end of their secondary education.

Many studies have been conducted to help identify the link between parental engagement and academic success of the pupil, as well as a greater achievement of the child’s potential when analysing extra-curricular aspects. This in turn can lead to improvements in the school’s overall performance.

The Research is unequivocal – parental involvement in their child’s education improves outcomes - Emma Williams, PTA UK, 2016

Developing your parental engagement strategy

 Parental Engagement eBook
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To help you create a committed parental engagement strategy for your school, we've created a parental engagement eBook exploring the topic w
ithin schools. This eBook provides readers with an overview of the academic findings, as well as taking a practical approach to implementing a parental engagement strategy.

 

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This eBook contains:

  • A detailed 10 step guide on how you can effectively implement a parental engagement strategy within your school.

  • A summary of academic research and findings on the benefits of parental engagement.
  • Best practice examples of parental engagement.
  • A breakdown of the best engagement technology solutions for schools.

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